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Po Sah Inu Towers, Phan Thiet

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Marvel at exquisite architecture of Po Sah Inu Towers, an impressive red brick complex of three towers overlooking the distant South China Sea. Perched on a hilltop, these exquisite 8th-century towers made without mortar, offer exciting views of Phan Thiet and distant coastline across green hills. The main tower, standing 15 m (49 ft) tall and dedicated to Lord Shiva, houses a large linga and yoni monolith. Take a stroll along the complex’s garden with magnolia trees and admire two other small towers dedicated to Rigvedic deities Agni and Nandi, once a hallmark of the powerful Cham Kingdom. Plan to visit Po Sah Inu Towers during your Phan Thiet vacation using our convenient Phan Thiet trip itinerary builder.
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  • It was not huge and there is nothing you need to plan a full day. With sights and shops outside, it takes about 1 hour. I felt that it was so much information to take advantage of, but there were a lot of people and I was a little stressed by it Shops outside was interesting. even when they sold, among other things. handmade fabrics and other textiles, ornaments and of course drinks and ice cream. Definitely worth seeing.
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  • Look interesting, considering that old buildings are generally very few survived, then at least something. In principle you can calmly go independently. Even bought a scarf there is already the cheapest away for the whole trip, not only in the place where they are woven, and straight.
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  • In these towers main-old and unusual kmerskoj architecture in Vietnam. If you're lucky, you can get to the dancing Cham-it is beautiful
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